Inspiring participation in higher education!
Members of Clontarf Aboriginal College, Curtin University, Rowing W.A. and the local community are invited to cheer teams from the banks of the Canning River, and enjoy free refreshments and the hospitality of the Curtin University Boat Club.
- Thursday 3 September 2015
- 3 pm - 5 pm
- Curtin University Boat Club, Cnr Elderfield Road and Fairview Garden, Salter Point
The Clontarf to Curtin Regatta will mark the culmination of the hard work of those involved in the program and will celebrate the incredible achievements of the students from Clontarf Aboriginal College who have led the way by forming the First Indigenous Eight to compete at a State level competition within Australia.
Please RSVP your attendance by 31 August via Eventbrite.
If you have any special requirements to enable you to participate at this event please advise when you RSVP. For information about disability services at Curtin, please visit disability.curtin.edu.au.
Row AHEAD has been designed to offer Indigenous students greater access to higher education opportunities and to break down barriers to participation in elite sports such as rowing. The program has been developed and implemented by the Curtin Addressing Higher Educational Access Disadvantage (AHEAD) team in partnership with Clontarf Aboriginal College, Curtin University Boat Club and Rowing W.A. and has been made possible through funding received from the Department of Education and Training.